Protests took place Downtown and in Times Square, Bryant Park, Grand Central Terminal and more.
From the Eric Garner grand jury decision to steampunk-themed luxury, a lot happened this week.
The 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, F, J, M, N, Q lines and the 42nd Street shuttle will all be disrupted.
More than 100,000 people are expected to march for action on climate change on Sunday.
Work is scheduled along the 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, F, G, N, R and S lines.
The fire broke out on the 70th floor around 6:45 p.m. Sunday, FDNY officials said.
Jeff Koons' 37-foot-tall sculpture made of flowering plants will be on display through Sept. 12.
Upgrades and maintenance is scheduled across 15 subway lines late Friday until early Monday.
Edwin Mieses spoke out for the first time since being run over and paralyzed last fall by Alexian Lien.
A man suffered a cardiac arrest after he was a hit by an M train, officials said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Al Roker put their feud behind them on the "Today" show Monday morning.
Giovanny Campos, 41, met a teen girl at a Christmas Eve party and later had sex with her, the DA said.
Check out some of DNAinfo New York's best photos from 2013.
Sian Green's lawyer has notified the TLC and the DOT of her intention to sue over cab driver's record.
The lighting of a 76-foot tree in Rockefeller Center signals the unofficial beginning the holiday season.
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